Top 5 eBook Reading Apps for iOS

iPhone Best eBook ReadersHave you ever tried to carry a library of books around with you? Of course, you haven’t the thought is preposterous! Or is it? You see, while it may be pretty much impossible to carry all of your favourite books around with you all of the time in physical form, it is actually rather easily if you carry them in digital form. Thanks to iPhones and iPads, reading on the move has never been easier and there is a range of eBook reading apps that will allow you to indulge in your favourite book whenever and wherever you may be. To help you find a suitable app for your eBooks, we have come up with a list of the top 5 eBook reading apps for iOS. Enjoy.
1) Kobo
Reading eBooks is great, reading free ones is even better! Kobo is an app with over 1.8 million free books available for instant download as well as millions of paid books. From a user’s perspective, the apps is easy to use allows users to manage books and import content simply and quickly. The brightness of the display is also excellent and easy on the eyes. It’s one of the best eBook reading apps for any iOS device, especially for the new iPhone 4S.
2) Kindle
Probably the most famous eBook reading app out there and still one of the best, Amazon’s Kindle eBook reading device has transformed the way people read books and the app is doing the same thing. The collection of eBooks, newspapers and magazines available to read is second to none and the app does a great job in terms of display and usability.
3) Wattpad
Wattpad features highly on the list, simply because it is different to any other eBook reading app on the market. Instead of the usual array of well published titles by established authors, Wattpad features over 100,000 books by non-published writers across a range of different genres, and every book is free! A great place to discover unknown talent.
4) Stanza
If a simple and effective eBook reading app is what you need, Stanza is the download for you. It has a library of over 50,000 books and allows you to upload your own books in a range of different formats, quickly and easily. One of my most favourite apps!
5) Apple iBooks
If you’re new to eBook reading on the iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, the iBooks app could be a good place to start. You can purchase books from the iBookStore or upload and read your own PDF files. There is nothing flashy about this app, but it is straight-forward and easy to use.

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